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About School
It was founded in 1761. by Diviš brothers who belonged to the "Piarist" clerical order, and it was the first school in Bjelovar. Teaching was in German but only for officers' children. School subjects were reading, writing, maths, German and Latin. After 1769. except the "Piarist" school there were two kind of schools: Latin school and School of craft. In 1772. new church was built with monastery and school building. Two years later the "Piarist" moved in the monastery and they continued to educate male youth.
     In 1776. new school was opened at County's expense. It was the Girls' School. In the Girls' School one female teacher worked and the teachers from the Boys' School helped her. Curriculum in that time was: german language (reading), writing, needlwork, religious education.
     The last one was taught by the preast. However, the main task of the girls' female teachers were to teach them needlwork.
     In the time of founding Girls' School the preast of Bjelovar was Hubert Diviš who was the
principal (headmaster) of Boys' School and the superior of the schools in whole General staff. The first pupils were the daughters of the officers and citizens. In Bjelovar there was the headquarter of Krajina regiment with many officers. After 1838. in Girls' School there were two teachers - teacher and her assistent. In 1858. the school assistent became the tutor and they carried that title till 1871. In that time the staff was very changeable. From 1868. to 1872. Girls' School was in charge of supervisor. 1871. Krajina was cancelled as was Krajina regiments too and Bjelovar County was founded. Then Girls' school and Local Girls' School was in charge of Civil School of Croatia and Archbishop's clerical board in Zagreb.
    In 1872. the Girls' School and Local Girls' school were united. School had three classes (grades) with one male and one female teacher. From that time the daughters of all classes were attending the school from these places: Velike i Male Sredice, Novi i Stari Pavljani i Gornje Plavnice, Ždralovi, Ivanovčani, Mlinovac, Hrgovljani and Markovac. By the Order of Royal goverment department of religious board and teaching February 16th 1872. Girls' School became four classes school (elementary school) and four teachers were working in it. During ban (civil governer of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia) Ivan Mažuranić, on October 14th 1874. new school law was brought about organizing primary schools and teachers' faculty. Supervising is under the Royal goverment with the help of the professional bodies.
    In 1874. school building of the Girls' School had four classrooms, the library together with the Boys' school, but no school garden.
    In school year 1888./89. construction of the new school building was begun. It was two story buliding. That was finished next school year. In the ground floor there were two classrooms, staff-room and a flat for attendant and 3 classrooms on the first floor. In the school year 1908./09. District Royal Goverment called together Teachers' Meeting of Bjelovar-Križevci County. The Agenda was founding regular primary (elementary) schools and the fifth grade called "Opetovnica". From that time both schools had 5 grades. Each class, except 5th, had special male or female teacher. In school year 1913./14. Girls' School, Boys' School and School for craft had the same headmaster. Next school year from October teaching was stopped because the school buildings were given to the Army. School year 1930./31. Girls' School had four grades. School was named as "State Girls' National School" and six female teachers worked in it. There were 305 registrated pupils.
    In 1940./41. school year started regulary but it was stopped on 7th April 1941. German soldiers moved into the building. In May education was going on as a half-day shift, and the boys had the education in the same building with girls.
    During 1941./42. education was irregular because of the soldiers present in the school building. There were four grades (classes) with seven sections.
    After the Second World War there were more classes successive. In school year 1949./50. the school was named National seven-year school. It had fourteen classes. In the higher classes there were some school subjects. School year 1953./54. school name was changed into Second seven-year school. There were sixteen classes with 711 pupils. On the base of General School Law from 1958. Second eight-year school became Central School with its departments in Novoseljani and Trojstveni Markovac. In 1961. the name of the school was changed into Primary School "Milan Bakić-Baja" Bjelovar. That was former Central School with its departments: Public Elementary School in Novoseljani and Stari Pavljani. As the integral part of school was special department which in December 1962. became a part of a new opened Special School in Bjelovar. In school year 1965./66. the number of the pupils were 1481 in Milan Bakić-Baja school. There were 41 grades with 37 pupils aproximately in one class (grade) and 49 teachers.
    There were many varieties of school activities like Drama-section, Sports-society, Club of young technicians, different groups etc. During its long and troubled history there were many redecorating and adaptions in the building but that didn't change outside, original look.
    Nowdays in independent, free and democratic Republic of Croatia school is succesfully working on upbringing our children with clear goal to qualify its pupils for the next education and future life which will contribute better progress to our homeland.
    On February 27th 1992. County Assembly of Bjelovar, by the sugestion of Teacher Council, changed the name of the school into the Second Primary School as it was in its history.



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